The data discussed in the paper were collected in collaboration with Rino Fasol from the Department of Sociology and Social Research of the University of Trento (Italy). His contribution is gratefully acknowledged. I am also in debt to Jacky Swan, Harry Scarbrough, Bjørn Erik Mørk and Katrin Gilbert, and the anonymous reviewers of the journal for their valuable comments on previous versions of this manuscript. I also wish to thank Dawn Coton for her invaluable editorial support. Financial support for this research was provided in part by the Provincia Autonoma of Trento (Italy), Progetto Scientifico No. 6-2001.
Medical Innovation as a Process of Translation: a Case from the Field of Telemedicine
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© 2009 The Author(s). British Journal of Management © 2009 British Academy of Management
British Journal of Management
Volume 21, Issue 4, pages 1011–1026, December 2010
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Nicolini, D. (2010), Medical Innovation as a Process of Translation: a Case from the Field of Telemedicine. British Journal of Management, 21: 1011–1026. doi: 10.1111/j.1467-8551.2008.00627.x
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